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Production begins on post-war Poland's first series aircraft, the LMO Separk AT.
Lockheed Martin's Warsaw office opens.
Today it serves as a central and eastern European hub, overseeing operations in 8 countries.
PZL Mielec established. This was the beginning of cooperation between PZL Mielec and the Government of the Republic of Poland.
These C-130Es were previously flown by the U.S.Air Force and delivered between 2009 and 2012. The Polish Air Force
continues to partner with USAF on joint training activities.
Poland completes the agreement to acquire 48 F-16 "Fighting Falcon" fighter jets.
Poland's final F-16 aircraft is delivered.
Poland received the first of its five C-130E models.
PZL Mielec begins manufacturing Black Hawk cabins for export.
PZL Mielec becomes part of Lockheed Martin company after acquisition of Sikorsky aircraft.
Poland selects JASSM - the Joint Air Surface Stand Off Missile - for its F-16 fleet.
Today, Polish-built Black Hawks are operated by nine countries around the world.
A year later, manufacturing of complete Black Hawk helicopters begins.
A new world-class paint facility is opened at PZL Mielec, an investment of PLN 13.5.
PZL Mielec becomes Poland's largest defense exporter.
Poland signs Letter of Acceptance for Wisla PAC-3 MSE missiles.
Poland becomes the latest NATO member to join the F-35 family. First jet to be delivered in 2024.
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